Recently Dynaflow Research Group together with online training platform EngineeringTrainer.com released “How to Review a Pulsation Study” training course. The course objective is to explain what the non-specialist reviewer or project lead should focus on when reviewing a pulsation analysis study.
Pulsation studies can result in quite elaborate and complex reports with large output data sets. To the non-specialist it may feel like you are being confronted with difficult recommendations to which you should adhere, yet it is unclear how these were concluded based on the large “black box of data” which is submitted by a pulsation specialist. You may therefore think that you need to be a subject matter expert to review pulsation reports. Whilst this is partly true, there are significant parts of these studies that you can review for yourself, even if you are not an expert.
In this course, it is shown which steps a non-specialist can undertaken in reviewing a pulsation analysis. It is shown which topics should be present in a pulsation report and how they relate to the conclusions and recommendations. How to evaluate the robustness of the results in the pulsation study is explained, and to illustrate how to validate these, the BOSview software suite is used. The topics in this course include how to review the chapters in the pulsation analysis report about pumps and compressors, dampers, piping geometry, pulsation levels and mechanical vibrations.
Important note: This course does not cover pulsations and vibrations fundamentals or details of how to conduct the different design analyses per API618/API674.
This course contains 4 online modules based on video content and demonstrations in BOSview. An example model is explained for each subject that is discussed.
You receive 1-year unlimited access to the course. This allows you to perform modules again, should you need to refresh your knowledge for your work projects.
To see if this course is something for you there is a FREE preview of the course available.
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